About RAY : Your Expert Skid Steer Loader Supplier
RAY SKID STEER is a leading manufacturer of Skid Steer Loader in China. All products' quality is strictly under control from processing to delivery. Through continuous innovation and improvement, the company has got ISO 9001, CE Certifications, and Technical Patents successively. Our products have been sold to widely domestic and overseas customers and long-term partnerships have been developed.
1. Since its minimum turning radius is less than half of the same level of articulated loaders, it is especially suitable for operations in narrow sites such as urban infrastructure, roads or construction sites, workshops, warehouses, docks, ship decks, and even cabins. 2. Adopting all-wheel drive and no inter-wheel differential is conducive to work on undulating ground. 3. Different working devices can be replaced or hooked up at the job site in an instant, generally only a few minutes 4. Used for logistics support, site cleaning, and project finishing operations of large construction machinery. 5. It can be used as a mobile pump station to provide a power source for hydraulic tools such as hand-held hydraulic picks. 6. In road protection, it can be directly used for snow removal and cleaning operations. With snow removal and deicing accessories, the sliding equipment can quickly clear large areas of snow and icing, while benefiting from the mobility of the equipment itself, ensuring Effective large-scale work of related equipment.
1. Additional space for more operator comfort.
*More comfortable cab
*Wider opening door for easier machine entry
2. Super configure: Danfoss/Eaton/Rexroth working motor with good performance.
3. The customized high-strength rectangular steel pipe structure is adopted to avoid welding defects, and the boom has good rigidity and high strength.
4. Use industrial tires with high wear resistance and low heat generation wheel, longer service time.
Wheeled skid steers are able to gain extra traction from the developed terrain. When using a skid steer with tracks on a developed surface, it is less efficient and wear far more than a wheeled skid steer, as they are created to tackle tough terrain.
Think twice before using a track steer on concrete or asphalt. “It can tear up that type of surface because the track is really aggressive,” said Hill. Tracked skid steers require more maintenance and cleaning than wheeled skid steers, a consideration if you’re buying instead of renting. They also cost more. Tracks are more complicated to replace than tires.
Their broader weight distribution and lower weight transfer to the ground make them ideal for wet, muddy or snowy ground, loose gravel and loose sand. Instead of sinking into soft surfaces, tracked skid steers “float” over them. The extra ground contact and lower center of gravity holds them steadier on slopes. “It’s like operating a tank,” said Scott Hill, an inside sales representative for United Rentals. “Tracked skid steers can go dang near anywhere.” Tracked skid steers offer a smoother ride compared with wheeled skid steers. They also provide more breakout and lifting force on soft surfaces, and they won’t compact the ground.
Rugged surfaces: Excellent durability and thread life make steel tracks ideal for use on off-road terrains or demolition sites. They are designed to release dirt and mud easily. Traction: Steel tracks provide superior grip in wet or slippery conditions.
If you're struggling with the tracks vs wheels question, consider another option: You can add over-the-tire skid steer tracks to each wheel of the skid steer, making the machine useful on both smooth and rugged surfaces. When deciding between a tracked vs wheeled skid steer, remember that neither machine is better than the other. It’s a question of matching the machine to the job. A good rental equipment provider can guide you in choosing the right skid steer or compact track loader for your needs.
The weight of a wheeled skid steer is distributed among only four contact points (the tires), which means it can sink into muddy surfaces. On a rough surface, a tire could pop. Tires wear out faster than tracks.